Defined by lush tropical rainforests, the Big Island of Hawaii is home to a spectacular property overlooking the Pacific. Perched on a staggering cliff overlooking the scenic Hamakua Coast in Ninole, Hawaii, this 9.44-acre estate known as the Water Falling Estate has its own rooftop helipad, so I guess you need to bring your own helicopter if you want to make it your own. A 10,000 square foot super structure resting on the vividly green land that used to be a macadamia nut plantation showcases all things the necessary (and then some) for living a luxurious lifestyle. Go down the slide or dive from the 7-meter platform and take a swim in the Olympic-sized swimming pool while listening to the waterfall crushing down the luscious cliff. Then head out to the parking structure’s roof-top night-lit tennis or basketball court for some action or hit a whole in one on the golf course.
Special amenities continue inside, enticing the viewer with carefully chosen materials and details. A central 52 inch round elevator connects the three floors while decorating the inviting interiors. Entering on second floor, a grand living room with wet bar opens up to panoramic views of the ocean, while the 5 bedrooms and 10 baths offer serenity and relaxing moments. And when you also know that whale watching from your bedroom is one of the possibilities while living here, you know this is a one-of-a-kind, heavenly oceanfront property. Previously offered for $26.5M, the Water Falling Estate is selling to the highest bidder on March 22nd.